Phil Ware continues his series on 'The Andrew Effect' by focusing on connecting those we know with Jesus.
06/02/2022 by Phil Ware
Rhonda Underhill shares simple ways to help active service members and veterans with their adjustments to civilian life and provides many good links to services and resources that are helpful.
08/03/2021 by Rhonda Underhill
Phil Ware writes about Romans 8:22-29, the bondage to decay that our world faces, our own troubles and hardships, and slogans that we often use and abuse to try to encourage people who are grieving, wounded, or hurt.
08/26/2020 by Phil Ware
Who do you know that needs your prayers and your help? What else can you do to help them because knowing the people makes the difference!
10/26/2017 by Bill Brant
Tom Norvell reminds us that as disciples of Jesus, our job is to bring the love of Jesus into every arena of life, even if the rest of the world has forgotten to do so.
08/04/2016 by Tom Norvell
Phil Ware continues his series on "The Andrew Effect" by focusing on connecting those we know with Jesus.
01/26/2016 by Phil Ware
This is a collection of "one another" passages in the New Testament, and primarily from Paul, that speaks about life together.
01/10/2016 by Scripture
Rubel Shelly talks about the repeated and consistent loss of friends and friendship in American culture and how we can combat it.
04/26/2015 by Rubel Shelly
Cathy Messecar shares a beautiful story about an adoptive mom and dad who have shown tenacious and beautiful love to a young man born with very challenging physical limitations.
05/09/2014 by Cathy Messecar
Phil Ware writes about a group of young men and young women interning in Chiang Mai, Thailand, and the cultural and racial melting pot that is the church.
06/17/2013 by Phil Ware
Phillip Morrison remembers a dear friend and patriot and faithful disciple named Bette Johnson.
05/26/2013 by Phillip Morrison
Phil Ware begins a short series on Untold Stories from the Bible and shares the story of Onesiphorus refreshing Paul while he was in prison.
05/05/2013 by Phil Ware
As you read the accusations of the friends, Job must have done something really bad to provoke God and with Job's claim of innocence and bewilderment, it's easy to forget that up until the time they opened their mouths, they were doing what good friends d
04/03/2013 by Bill Brant
Rick Brown writes of Johnny Brown in Bermuda who greets and welcomes and shares greetings with people six hours each day.
04/17/2012 by Rick Brown
Rick Brown challenges us to be welcoming to those who are outsiders and those we do not know.
02/16/2012 by Rick Brown
There are plenty of people with whom we can talk about politics or sports. Our old friends love remembering our school days and the things we did way back when. But when it comes time to open our heart, where can we go?
09/15/2010 by Tim Archer
Phil Ware talks about the events in the miracle stories that happen after the spectacle of the miracle takes place, the things that put people back into fellowship, community, and normalcy -- the way things were.
08/27/2009 by Phil Ware
Ron Rose reminds us that a few words and our physical presence can make all the difference in the life of someone else, just like Al Ware made a difference in Ron's life.
08/25/2009 by Ron Rose
Phil Ware looks at Romans 15:7 and shares an experience from Thailand about feeling accepted and connected to people very different from himself.
01/26/2009 by Phil Ware
Danny Sims talks about having a well worn path to the place of prayer because we are so close to God!
01/24/2009 by Danny Sims
Ron Rose shares some beautiful insights on friendship and the importance of a friend to living the abundant life.
10/14/2008 by Ron Rose
Phil Ware shares some Scriptures on sacrifice, love, remembering, and friendship.
05/26/2008 by Phil Ware
Bill Denton reminds us of how important quality people are to our lives as we face challenging times.
03/28/2008 by Bill Denton
Rubel Shelly reminds us that the friendships we form shape us and change us.
09/27/2007 by Rubel Shelly
Paul Faulkner writes about sharing our story and being vulnerable with others so we can have friends.
08/24/2007 by Paul Faulkner